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"China should keep a balance between economic development and environmental preservation," said Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang.

Emerging-market countries will not only claim the lion’s share of global growth in the coming decade; they will also increasingly be the source of disruptive and frugal innovation.

Japan is likely to purchase 10 billion U.S. dollars worth of yuan-denominated bonds, under a proposed bilateral currency and financial agreement

A U.S. trade agency ruled Monday that some HTC Corp. smartphones that use Google’s Android software infringe an Apple patent and ordered HTC to stop importing these handsets from April 19, 2012

Global investment banks, including China International Capital Cor., Nomura Securities and JPMorgan, forecast slowing growth in Chinese economy for 2012

North Korea on Monday urged its 24 million people to rally behind Kim Jong II’s heir Kim Jong Un as the nation mourned the death of their “dear leader” Kim Jong II

This means that the eurozone is beyond saving; the euro will survive, but the zone will shrink. The only question is the scale, timing, and manner of its breakup.

Free to Be Fat

[2011-12-19]

Even in the fat-friendlier past, the overweight faced the harsh verdict of medical critics.Nowadays, Western societies tend to blame the victim, especially when it comes to obese children.

The real effective exchange rate of China’s RMB has declined 0.78 percent in November from the previous month, the fifth monthly decline in the year.

China cut 14.2 billion U.S. dollars in holdings of U.S. Treasuries in October, but is still the largest U.S. creditor.

The game – London versus the eurozone – has only just begun. It will make for fascinating viewing in the months and years to come.

China should place more weight on the development of real economy, says Zhou Xiaochuan, central bank governor.

China has allowed the yuan to appreciate by some 22 percent only in five years, and the Chinese themselves, not the Americans, should make the decision to revalue its currency.

The ECB has a strong rationale to act: to ensure the smooth transmission of monetary policy, to prevent a depression that would lead to deflation, and to avoid the breakup of the euro.

China has announced plans to impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of some U.S.-made vehicles in the latest trade flare-up between the two countries.

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